Camphor has its own importance it have a unique position in the Hindu tradition of pooja, other festive function and traditional law. The burning of camphor in an Indian tradition has a special meaning. It is believe that when pure white color camphor when burned acquires the huge fire (Agni) and burn completely, without leaving any residue. The same way when lighting camphor before God can destroy a sign burning our illusion or ego with the fire of true knowledge, which will merge with God, leaving no residue. Camphor is used daily in Hindu family to light diyas, by burning camphor as part of daily prayer. It also contributes to purify the surrounding air and prevent harmful bacteria, viruses and mosquitoes away. Camphor has extraordinary medical properties. It safeguards us against many illnesses by killing bacteria that prevails in the warm atmosphere; it prevails in most parts of India. According to Ayurveda when the camphor is burn it purifies the atmosphere. When the devotees place their palms on Aarti (in which camphor is burned) and put the palms of his nose and eyes, they absorb the medicinal benefits. In Aarti camphor remains for a very short time, in Hindu mythology it signifies as human that has a short span of life. It is the physical and sensual pleasures that come from attachments caused by Avidya or so called Agynana. Therefore, Aarti motivates devotees to discover God, which is permanent. As Aarti is short-lived, it compels the devotee to focus their attention on God.
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